Agricast, one of the leading suppliers of replacement wearing parts in the UK, has announced an increase in its range of Tungsten Carbide parts.
The company now offers Tungsten Carbide cultivation points for the Kockerling Allrounder, Kongskilde Vibroflex, Lemken Karat and the Vaderstad Topdown, as well as an expanded range of universal fitment points.
Like its range of Tungsten tipped plough points, these cultivation points are said to deliver maximum wear resistance and value for money.
“We’ve had considerable success with our Tungsten range of parts since introducing them in 2018,” said William Robinson, managing director of Agricast.
“Customers have consistently praised the quality and durability of the parts, and we’ve been keen to respond to customer demand wherever possible, which is why we have developed these new points to cater for people with Kockerling, Kongskilde, Lemken and Vaderstad machines.
“The new parts are expected to be ready in May so customers can stock up ahead of the autumn cultivation season. The new points will significantly outlast traditional steel parts which may prove invaluable if we have another dry summer like last year.”
Alongside the new products, the company also offers Tungsten Carbide parts for Gregoire Besson, Dowdeswell, Kuhn, Kverneland, Lemken, Ransomes and Rabe ploughs and Horsch, Kockerling, Simba/Great Plains and Vaderstad cultivators.
The company recently celebrated its 35th anniversary and supplies Cambridge roll rings, press rings, disc blades and subsoiler wear parts, as well as bespoke alterations.
For more information go to www.agricast.net